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Burton Wheelie Board Case True Black 166

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Specs

Material: 600D Polyester
Type: Coffin, Single Board, Multiple Board
Wheels: Wheeled
Padded: Padded
Straps: End Strap, Top Strap, Shoulder Strap
Pockets: Removable Boot and Binding Bags, Tuning pocket
Recommended Use: Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Wheelie Board Case True Black 166

Fort Knox for a quiver of decks. The team''s top pick.

Key Features of the Burton Wheelie Board Case:
  • Fabrication: 600D x 1200D Polyester Dobby
  • Multiple Board Capacity with Lower Board Storage
  • IXION Wheel System
  • Lockable, Contoured Zipper Pulls Fit TSA-Approved Locks
  • Removable Boot and Binding Bags
  • Fully Padded Board Protection
  • Average weight: 10.3 lbs

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Wheelie Board Case


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Very roomy but could be built more solid
This is a roomy board and it does a great job protecting your snowboard. I can get boots binding clo
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January 22, 2012

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I just ordered the Wheelie Board Case for a trip to Breck in a few weeks, size 166. My friend and I will be storing my board/boots/bindings and their board/boots/bindings. Do you know if the 166 exceeds United Airlines checked bag dimensions, and will automatically qualify it as over-sized? Also, any experience with fitting that bag in a rented car - will we need to rent an SUV? Any info is greatly appreciated! This will be our first time flying with gear.
Jenny on Dec 17, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Jenny!
I did some research for you! United claims that the automatic trigger for Excess baggage listing is 115 linear inches... this bag is 89.6.. you are good there. United does have some specific text associated with Snowboard equipment, and I will direct you there: http://www.united.com/web/en-US/content/travel/baggage/sports.aspx. And finally... most cars now days have a pass through from the trunk to the back seat that fits skis and board quite well... it is worth asking about. Have a good trip!
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